Penelope Love

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Penelope Love is a Science-Fiction author and game designer, living in Melbourne, Australia.

In the late 1980s and early 1990s, Penelope wrote numerous scenarios for Call of Cthulhu and material for Elric, as well as being primay co-author for the 1920's Australian sourcebook Terror Australis. She also wrote for Elric, another of Chaosium's primary roleplaying lines at the time. Since the mid-1990s she has concentrated her efforts on writing fiction, and has had two science-fiction novels published to date as well as numerous short stories. While some of her fiction is set in the shared Cthulhu Mythos 'universe', the majority explores broader themes and settings.

Published Call of Cthulhu Game Material


Published Elric Game Material

Published Cthulhu Mythos Fiction

  • 1995: Unseen (from Made in Goatswood)
  • 2010: The Whisper of Ancient Secrets from Cthulhu's Dark Cults

Published Science Fiction Novels

  • 1993: The Castle of Eyes (Chaosium)
  • 2004: The Widow’s Tale ('A Novel of Glorantha', Tradetalk)

Published Science Fiction Short Stories

  • 1995: Here Be Dragons in Eidolon (Winter, 1995)
  • 1999: Short Cut in Spooky Tales
  • 2000: The Dry-Witch in Eidolon (Autumn, 2000)
  • 2005: The Unlawful Priest of Todesfall in Daikaiju! Giant Monster Tales
  • 2007: Tell Him I Too Have Known in Fantastic Wonder Stories
  • 2009: The Janus’ Tale in Canterbury 2100: Pilgrimages in a New World
  • 2010: Border Crossing in Belong